Waterstones Deansgate

Waterstones Deansgate
91 Deansgate, Manchester, Lancashire, M3 2BW
  • Telephone 0161 837 3000
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  • Website www.waterstones.com

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An Afternoon With Maggie Harcourt, Holly Smale & Lisa Williamson

Waterstones Deansgate invites you to a special Sunday afternoon event: 'Finding Yourself, First Love, and Fangirling' with Maggie Harcourt, Holly Smale & Lisa Williamson. Join three of the finest talents in YA writing who'll be discussing their latest novels, trends in YA fiction and all things bookish! The…

Babies, Bumps And Books

Every Friday, Waterstones Deansgate hosts our Babies, Bumps and Books sensory story-time and social session. Join the fabulous Liz in our Children's Room from 10:30 for a fun, interactive story, followed by coffee and a natter in our café on the second floor. This week, we will be reading Pip and Posy by Axel…

Fri 27 Jan

Babies, Bumps And Books

Every Friday, Waterstones Deansgate hosts our Babies, Bumps and Books sensory story-time and social session. Join the fabulous Liz in our Children's Room from 10:30 for a fun, interactive story, followed by coffee and a natter in our café on the second floor. This week, we will be reading Oi, Frog and Oi, Dog by Kes…

Fri 3 Feb

Babies, Bumps And Books

Every Friday, Waterstones Deansgate hosts our Babies, Bumps and Books sensory story-time and social session. Join the fabulous Liz in our Children's Room from 10:30 for a fun, interactive story, followed by coffee and a natter in our café on the second floor. This week, we will be reading I Love You by Clemency…

Fri 10 Feb

Deansgate's Fiction Bookclub

Join Emma, one of our Fiction Booksellers, for our monthly fiction bookclub. For February's group, we will be reading and discussing Andrew Taylor's new historical crime novel, 'The Ashes of London'. Read more about February's book, and our Crime Book of the Month here…

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An Evening With Beth Underdown

Join Manchester author Beth Underdown as she celebrates the publication of her fantastic debut novel, The Witchfinder's Sister. When Alice Hopkins' husband dies in a tragic accident, she returns to the small Essex town of Manningtree, where her brother Matthew still lives. But home is no longer a place of safety.

An Evening With Deliciously Ella

Join inspirational bestselling food writer Deliciously Ella for a special event to celebrate the release of her latest book, *Deliciously Ella with Friends: Healthy Recipes to Love, Share and Enjoy Together. *

Wed 8 Feb

Tickets £15 including a copy of "Deliciously / 0161 837 3000

An Evening With Eileen Myles

Manchester Literature Festival are thrilled to present a rare UK event with cult American writer Eileen Myles. Championed by fellow authors Olivia Laing, Dennis Cooper and Lena Dunham, Myles has published more than 20 volumes of radical poetry, fiction, plays and arts journalism. Spanning four decades, I Must Be Living…

An Evening With George Saunders

Waterstones Deansgate is delighted to host an evening with the acclaimed American novelist, George Saunders. Join us on Friday 17th March, in conjunction with The University of Manchester's Centre for New Writing, for the release of George's first, and much anticipated, novel, 'Lincoln in the Bardo'. An original and…

An Evening With Hanna Sillitoe

Join Manchester author and creator of My Goodness, Hanna Sillitoe, for a special event to celebrate the publication of her new book, Radiant. For more than 20 years, Hanna suffered from severe psoriasis, eczema and acne. When doctors told Hanna the next recommended step in treatment would involve the chemotherapy drug…

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An Evening With James Brown

Waterstones Deansgate welcomes James Brown to Manchester to discuss his favourite five-a-side anecdotes and experiences with Stuart Maconie. James Brown has been playing football since growing up in the backstreets of Leeds. The sudden death of one his long-standing team mates made James ponder the unique bond between…

An Evening With Mohsin Hamid

Manchester Literature Festival are thrilled to present an In Conversation with award-winning author Mohsin Hamid. Born and raised in Lahore, Hamid currently divides his time between Pakistan, London and New York. One of the most talented writers of his generation, his novels include Moth Smoke, How to Get Filthy Rich in…

An Evening With Samantha Shannon

Waterstones Deansgate are delighted to welcome Samantha Shannon to Manchester for the release of the highly anticipated third novel in the Bone Season series, 'The Song Rising'. Described by Susan Hill as 'a hugely inventive talent and an imagination with seven league boots', Samantha Shannon is one of the most popular…

An Evening With Stephanie Garber

Waterstones Deansgate is excited to welcome Stephanie Garber to Manchester to discuss her highly-anticipated novel, Caraval. Welcome to Caraval, where nothing is quite what it seems. Scarlett has never left the tiny isle of Trisda, pining from afar for the wonder of Caraval, a once-a-year week-long performance where…

An Evening With Yaa Gyasi

Waterstones Deansgate is delighted to present an evening with Yaa Gyasi, author of the incredible novel Homegoing. Effia and Esi: two sisters with two very different destinies. One sold into slavery; one a slave trader's wife. The consequences of their fate reverberate through the generations that follow. Taking us…

Tue 24 Jan

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Harry Potter Book Night 2017

Waterstones Deansgate would like to invite all witches, wizards and muggles alike to our very special Harry Potter Book Night celebrations! Join us from 6pm in our fabulous Children's Room for potion-making, wizarding duels, magical crafts, storytelling, and much more. Come dressed as your favourite Hogwarts professor…

Harry Potter Book Night Quiz Spectacular!

Do you consider yourself a Harry Potter super-fan? Know your monkshood from your wolfsbane? Join us for the most difficult Harry Potter quiz you will ever take! Following on from the success of 2016's quiz spectacular, join us on Thursday 2nd February to test your wits against our even trickier Harry Potter quiz. The…

In Conversation: Edouard Louis & Andrew Mcmillan

Edouard Louis’s daring novel The End of Eddy describes a childhood in 1990s France. Starkly autobiographical, it portrays a rural working-class environment riddled with contradictions, homophobia, and a mistrust of modern society. The book has created a sensation wherever it has appeared in Europe, and we are delighted to…

'it Can't Happen Here' Reading Group

Join us on Monday 20th February for a special Waterstones Deansgate reading group, discussing Sinclair Lewis's novel 'It Can't Happen Here'. Recently published in the UK by Penguin Modern Classics and noteworthy because of parallels with contemporary politics, Lewis's 1935 satirical novel saw a dramatic spike in sales…

Literary Quiz

Another month, another fabulous quiz hosted by our wonderful booksellers. Join us on Tuesday 7th February at 6.30pm for our first quiz of 2017! Come along, test your knowledge and try to beat the Bookseller Team. All are welcome, and we look forward to seeing you there. For more information, email us on…

Tue 7 Feb

Meet Dan Hardy

Meet former UFC fighter and now analyst Dan Hardy as he signs copies of his autobiography, Part Reptile. Taking the key fights from his career, Hardy explores the sport with the unparalleled insight that has made him the best analyst working today. From training in China with Shaolin monks, to how MMA helped him…

Thu 23 Mar

Q, Deansgate's Lgbt Bookclub

Waterstones Deansgate is proud to host their third LGBT bookclub. In February, the group will be reading and discussing the much loved 'Giovanni's Room' by the wonderful James Baldwin. The group is open to all, and please do come along even if you are yet to read the book, as the discussion will undoubtedly cover a…

Spanish Book Club

Join our wonderful non-fiction bookseller Farah for our Spanish and Latin American book group meeting. The group will be meeting once a month to discuss a specific book in Spanish. For this meeting, we will be reading One Hundred Years of Solitude ('Cien años de soledad') by the renowned Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Wed 25 Jan

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